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Please check the museum’s hours here to visit this exhibit.
Beautiful handmade and machine sewn fiber artworks are on display at the annual quilt show at the Museum of Florida History. The show is organized by Quilters Unlimited of Tallahassee and is in its 33rd year. Awards are given in various categories, including a yearly “Challenge Quilt” theme. The theme this year is “Starry Starry Night.” Visitors can vote for their favorite quilt, take part in a silent auction, or talk to the quilters in the exhibit.
Join us in Tallahassee, as the Repticon team brings you ReptiDay, the one-day reptile show and sale! Brought to you by the same team that has produced Repticon reptile expos across the country for the past decade, ReptiDay will feature everything that you’ve come to love the most about Repticon all packed into a single day of fun and excitement! See live animals from around the world, purchase pets and pet products direct from the experts at amazing prices you won’t find anywhere else, and learn more about reptiles and exotic animals at live seminars and demonstrations. ReptiDay is one reptile day that you can’t afford to miss!
The Florida State University Symphony Orchestra opens its 2014-15 season Saturday, September 20 at 8pm in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall on the FSU campus.
The concert will begin with Jamie Wind Whitmarsh’s For Many Chairs (My Crow Some Funny), selected as the winning piece in the 2013 Orchestral Composition Contest. Assistant Conductor Matthew Bishop will lead the performance of this work. Piotr Szewczyk, winner of the 2014 Doctoral Concerto Competition, will join music director Alex Jiménez and the USO in a performance of William Bolcom’s Violin Concerto. The concert will close with Tchaikovsky’s fourth symphony.
- Ticket prices:
$6 seniors & non-FSU students
FREE to FSU students with ID
For more information, contact Bryan McNamara:
Cody’s Original Roadhouse is a fun, casual, family friendly Roadhouse that serves “Just Plain Good Food®”. You won’t go home hungry or broke—you’ll just go home happy!
Through the years, C4MAN has built an amazing and extremely loyal fan base. A major factor in his success is the willingness to listen to input from his fans as well as the club owners and managers who allow him to share his love for music. Although highly accomplished on the acoustic, electric, and bass guitars, what really separates him from others is his golden voice. Dubbed a powerhouse vocalist with incredible ranges, C4MAN can definitely take you on a magic carpet ride.
Delicious and fun event sponsored by NAMI Wakulla in effort to raise funds to support programs that are FREE to the public.
Global Spectrum and the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center are putting a spin on tailgating in Tallahassee at the first series of Tailgates on the Civic Center plaza.Tailgate at the Tuck will kick off Saturday, September 20th prior to the FSU vs. Clemson game, and continue at all remaining home games this season.
Tailgate at the Tuck, sponsored by WTXL (ABC) and WHTF-FM Hot 104.9, will take place 4 hours prior to the following FSU home games this season:
September 20 vs. Clemson …………….. MoBi / Valhalla Grill
October 4 vs. Wake Forest …………….. Street Chefs / Julio
October 18 vs. Notre Dame ……………. Foodz Traveler / Scott’s
November 8 vs. Virginia ………………… Street Chefs / Julio
November 22 vs. Boston College ……… Foodz Traveler / Scott’s
November 29 vs. Florida ………………… Mobi / Valhalla Grill
Hang out on the Plaza before you head off to Doak Campbell Stadium for the game! Enjoy interactive games, music, giveaways, various drink specials, and great food from local Food Trucks of the Tallahassee Food Truck Association.
Help us celebrate 35 years of service in Tallahassee September 7th through 21st. We will be featuring a $35 4-course 35th Anniversary Special, including all of the original Melting Pot Menu items! $5 of each Anniversary Special will go directly to The Children’s Home Society of Florida.
*On September 7th we will host a kickoff party, and half of all Love Martini Sales will go directly to CHS as well! See the menu.
September 12,19,20,26 & 27 | Matinees September 14 & 21
Paul & Corrie are newlyweds, just moved into their 5th floor walk up. Everything that could go wrong does, including a visits from Corrie’s mother and the appearance of the very strange, Mr. Velasco. This is the play that became the movie starring Robert Redford and Jane Fonda.
Experience a guided tour through our Wild Florida Trail at night! Guests will catch a glimpse into the lives of the critters after dark. Pre-registration is required.
Deadline for registration is the Wednesday prior to the event at 12:30pm.
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